It’s been a good few weeks for sunsets in these parts so here are a few more wonderful photographs from my friend Mike Alexander that caught my eye, oh and one that’s not so good from me 🙂
Beautiful carpets of wild garlic with patches of bluebells in the shade of the big canopy trees, smells absolutely lovely in the warm air, late spring in the woods.
You kind of have to walk along these paths don’t you?
This is an ancient Welsh drovers road that was used for thousands of years to travel from Cardigan in the west to Shrewsbury in the east….
Ornamental garden path…..
Gold miners track……
I like running on the beach, even on the wild days, in fact especially on the wild days. Photo by my brother Rod ( Rodhowe.com)
Mike A would like me to share this with you and I’m only too happy to oblige. Llyn Dinas in North Wales, a place we’re working to help look after.
The old apple tree in our garden continues to wake up after winter despite having nearly fallen over and being propped up by an old chair. Every year it produces delicious cooking apples, and every May it produces beautiful blossom.
This evening a light rain is falling, the raindrops glistening on the dark green leaves…..
The trees antiquity is given away by the presence of the lichens growing on the branches and twigs…
We don’t prune it or interfere with it in anyway because it is always so productive, hopefully it will live on for years to come….